Well, let me start with a confession. Part of me is highly influenced by Bollywood films. I adore all the cliches, be it old movies or new. Like millions of other fellow Indians, I want to try out things that I see on screen, someday. Walking with a girl in rains carrying one small umbrella… Read more
Dear Rajdeep, How do you sleep in the night? What is your agenda? Do you think you can drive it blatantly when you are losing credibility every second? Yes, I am talking about intolerance reports about Shahrukh Khan! Just to clarify, I am not a die-hard SRK fan, nor am I a blind BJP voter…. Read more
Dear Readers, It gives me immense pleasure to share my first published book with you. It is a milestone in my writing journey and was possible only because of you. It was here that I discovered and practised the art of writing. Your readership and conversations gave me the confidence and courage to take this… Read more
I watched his farewell speech with moist eyes. Sachin Tendulkar was a phenomenon for Indians.He achieved milestones in cricket that one would have never imagined. No wonder his retirement from cricket was a national event. I was quite emotional. I liked all those Facebook messages from my friends who said they have started feeling a… Read more
Jugaad, a Hindi word, means finding a solution to a problem against resource constraints by devising a solution which usually out-of-the-box. This solution is specific to the situation or problem involved, a spark of brilliance originating out of unstructured innovation. Indians at home or abroad not just own but relish Jugaad. Many of them attribute… Read more
Decide based on what you know, make up your mind, never turn back and make it work. Not an ideal system, not everyone’s cup of tea but it just works!!
If it is not sex, not romantic love then what is Indian arranged marriage based on?
They are fanatic because Cricket gives them things that their life can not.
The world calls it Bollywood dance. Indians just call it dancing. The only rule in this type of dance is “there is no rule”.
Brahmins were supposed to hold moral high ground and advise the rulers about what is right and wrong from ethical and religious point of view. They believe human digestive system has more similarities to fruit eating primates than meat eating carnivores.